Five songs in honor of Memorial Day

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Never Forget

Memorial Day is a day to remember and honor military personnel who died while serving in the armed forces.

We wanted to share some songs that honor this day and pay tribute to those soldiers.

“May we never forget our fallen comrades. Freedom isn’t free”
-- Sgt Major Bill Paxton --

“As we set today aside to honor and thank our veterans, let us be mindful that we should do this every day of the year and not just one.”
-- Beth Pennington --

“Some Gave All” by Billy Ray Cyrus

“Arlington” by Trace Adkins

“God Bless the USA” by Lee Greenwood

“Mr Red White and Blue” by Coffey Anderson

“American Soldier” by Toby Keith

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